Many individuals derive their passion for work from within themselves. Instead of merely working for a paycheck, they find genuine joy in the work itself. This drive to succeed through enjoyment, known as intrinsic motivation, is increasingly prominent in today’s workplaces. It goes beyond mere routine; it entails finding fulfillment in what one does, resulting in persistence and positive job performance. Read more
When it comes to Hispanic and Latinx consumers, sales success isn’t found in numbers and graphs. “It’s about the heart. In the industry, we always look at the numbers; it may not help you connect at an emotional level. It’s about the core values of the culture,” says Sindy Chapa, Ph.D. Chapa is the current director of the Center for Hispanic Marketing Communication at Florida State University and a leading researcher in Hispanic consumer behavior. Read more
College students face challenges, often beyond the classroom. CU Denver Business School proudly educates resilient individuals who transform their most significant challenges into opportunities.
In the spirit of opening doors and lowering barriers to success, the business school prides itself on setting the stage for extraordinary possibilities, developing inclusivity, and promoting diversity and forward-thinking leadership. Read more
Do you remember a dream you’ve had that was so close you could almost reach out and grab it? Almost. Scholarships are that last arm’s length to help students get degrees that can change their lives and put their college passions into action.
This past Thursday at the Seawall Ballroom, CU Denver Business School hosted Celebration of Success, a gala to fundraise for student scholarships. Read more
The CU Denver Business School is excited to announce the inaugural 2023 Alumni and Community Impact Award winners chosen because of their impact and outstanding efforts within the business school, CU Denver, and the community. Congratulations to Natasha Herring, MS ‘17, Dave Baker, ‘82, and Bob Deibel, CEO of OfficeScapes, for their great achievements.
Natasha Herring, MS ‘17
Natasha Herring is a business school alumna who strongly advocates for increasing the diversity pipeline into engineering and energy careers. Read more
Abel Mesfin ‘22 was never just another fish in the sea; he had creativity, confidence, intelligence, humility, and family support to boot. As a high school student, Mesfin had a keen eye for design, a strong sense of leadership, and a drive to succeed. He fit the bill as an ideal candidate for any university. But despite his success in his formative years, he still questioned if college would be feasible. Read more